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If u have those temps, then your cooler is better then Noctua NH-D14 witch is odd for sure. Your statement for temperature in BIOS while overclocking is not true . Overclocking will raise CPU temperature in BIOS too, becouse your CPU runs at higher voltage and core clocks. If ambiente temperature is 24C, then almost certainly the CPU temperature at that voltage and core clocks, can not be only 26C on air cooler. It must be for sure 30+C

It is a pretty big cooler with 8 heat pipes. I've never used a Noctua, so I can't say for sure if it is better.

For all the overclocking I've done, in the BIOS the CPU temp when checked is within this range. I've never had an issue. There is no load on the CPU to show the BIOS settings. I agree that the ambient temperatures will be a factor as the CPU on air can't run cooler than the air temp.
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hello,
my 1866mhz run on 1.5v and how did you get a temp like that? iam hitting 61c at 4ghz,are you reading the right temp?,it the single one not the 8 core temps.
the single temp is a thermometer in the cpu that reads the heat of the metal cpu case,while the core temps are read from the pins.
oh and one more thing,i found that my ecc was enabled after a bios update,look in bios under advanced ,north bridge

Hey Mr P. You may be able to run your 1866Mhz @ 1.5v, but you're only running 2 X 4GB modules. His problem is trying to run 4 modules on DRAM rated for 1.65v @ 1866Mhz. It is hard on the IMC and causes issues. There have been many on here that run 4 X modules. But running it at Recommended settings (with only 2 Modules) is a good starting point for instability checking.

I'm not sure why my temps are good. Had this chip since it came out. Comparing it to other 8150's it is about the same as what I've read here on OC.net. There were actually ones a lot better than mine on here. I can run 4Ghz @ 40C under load @ 1.325v.

Edit: I also run a fan blowing air @ the back of my CPU socket. There is a sensor for CPU socket temp. That may be the one you are reading. This one has been tested prior to cause throttling due to high temps on the socket.

There seems to be a lot of bad temps appearing in the last few dozen posts. Hope it's not a bad batch or something.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 6/13/12 at 12:06pm
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So I updated the list and stuff.

All y'all that sent me valid PM's should now be on the list.
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Lots of temp info here, I have gone by socket temp for years, currently I am using core temp..... info comes from one of the threads in my sig:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1128821/amd-temp-information-and-guide/0_20

Here is a few of ALUCARDVPR proof ...communications with AMD engineering:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1095360/straight-from-amd-the-correct-temp-to-read-for-your-processor/0_20

http://www.overclock.net/t/931241/interesting-information-from-amd-about-1090t/0_20

this is slightly outdate as AMD has not officially been clear on what to follow with FX, but good info regardless

With this in mind I upped my OC from 4.42(1.40v) to 4.58(1.44v) w/ NH-D14 and still hold around 52 C on the cores max, tried for 4.65 but feed all the way to 1.5v and still was not stable plus temps on cores where 63C so I dropped back.
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4100 with pretty much all setting at stock. Not bad. Started getting voltage picky at 4200 so just going to leave it there for now and crunch some SETI with it for awhile to break it in.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2404942
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So my BioStar TA990FXE decided to crap on me and so I decided to rma for refund. All went good and now running a Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 and couldnt be happier much easier to over overclock and it has been running fantastic. Longer then the BioStar at least. Here is something new from me.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2405998
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So whats the lowest voltage you guys can your your bulldozers on, im on 1.41v clocked at 4.5ghz.
I also noticed someone had their 8150 clocked at 1.2ghz... why???? would that be to run the computer quietly?
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So whats the lowest voltage you guys can your your bulldozers on, im on 1.41v clocked at 4.5ghz.
I also noticed someone had their 8150 clocked at 1.2ghz... why???? would that be to run the computer quietly?

My FX 8150 is pretty much identical. Although I can do 4.5Ghz stable @ 1.4
At 4.6Ghz though, it jumps to 1.43ish to stay stable, temps don't start to really jump up until 4.8Ghz. (like 6C from 4.6-4.8)

Edited: Thought I should elaborate on this part - 1.43v is only my example for 4.6Ghz. 4.8Ghz takes even more voltage (1.475ish)
Edited by ComputerRestore - 6/15/12 at 9:38am
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My FX 8150 is pretty much identical. Although I can do 4.5Ghz stable @ 1.4
At 4.6Ghz though, it jumps to 1.43ish to stay stable, temps don't start to really jump up until 4.8Ghz. (like 6C from 4.6-4.8)

my 8150 (according to bios) is at 1.4375v... i've seen it hitting 1.46v on HW monitor while playing like for 8 hours BF3
     
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4100 with pretty much all setting at stock. Not bad. Started getting voltage picky at 4200 so just going to leave it there for now and crunch some SETI with it for awhile to break it in.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2404942
hello,
have you turned of turbo core,c1e,c6 state,apm and cool and quite,and i would set your cpu load line manually,it saves it having to work out what full load voltage to use.
    
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